Acute Care Hospitals
Voluntary non-profit - Other


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Medicare Performace Measures


Same as the national average


Same as the national average


Same as the national average

Patient Experience

Above the national average


Above the national average


Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Same as the national average



A brief overview of J. C. Blair Memorial Hospital, including its location, history, services, and vision.

J C Blair Memorial Hospital is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Huntingdon County, PA.

J C Blair Memorial Hospital does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

J C Blair Memorial Hospital is a voluntary non-profit - other hospital.

Hospital Hours

Monday Open 24 hours
Tuesday Open 24 hours
Wednesday Open 24 hours
Thursday Open 24 hours
Friday Open 24 hours
Saturday Open 24 hours
Sunday Open 24 hours

Location and Directions


3 hours behind on a scheduled surgery. I understand things happen, but they never gave us any indication it would be that much of a wait! Unprofessional staff having personal conversations right outside rooms. Very filthy facility!! The doctor came in and asked why my Gram had 2 IVs, and the 2 nurses said "we don't know, I guess 2 is better than none". Who the heck says that? Every area seems so unorganized. I guess I feel like I came to a CIRCUS rather than a "hospital". (2 weeks ago)

Went here for abdominal pain. Really bad abdominal pain. I kept throwing up pus tasting mucus and had a high fever. I told them what happened. I was in the waiting room for 15 hours before they saw me. 2 Days later I went home to L.A. for thanksgiving break, turns out I had a severe colon infection and needed serious antibiotics. The doctor there had an accent and couldn't understand him at all. They all wear dirty scrubs and the place is REALLLLLYYYYYYYY dirty. Trash on the floor and the waiting room is very unclean. Honestly you're better off going somewhere else. Save yourself!!! (7 months ago)

0 Stars. Stayed in the behavioral health unit. The first doctor I talked to in the ER was nice, but thick-headed and did most of the talking. I was having a panic attack, hyperventilating, crying, pulling at my hair, with my arms going numb because I wasn't breathing. A nasty nurse told me I was "being overdramatic" and stop pulling at my hair because "that's what people with anxiety do." They also placed me on so much anxiety medicine, that I couldn't stay awake enough to eat three meals a day and could barely drag myself to group sessions. Somehow I was supposed to be conscious enough to get to the nurse's station to get my asthma medication (which I never got during my stay). To top it all off, they almost stole my school laptop. Apparently some nurse sat it on her desk instead of locking it away properly with the rest of my things. I understand that it was an accident, but I would expect that my things be properly and professionally secured. I have not met a single person that has had good things to say about this hospital. Update 8/1/17 - I get intense flashbacks of my experiences here and yesterday my current outpatient care center identified them as PTSD symptoms. Save yourself some distress in the future and don't go here!!! (11 months ago)

They never follow through with what they are to do. If I could give them a minus rating I would. The whole place needs revamped with workers who can at least fake compassion. The sleep lab is a joke between the sleep lab and ER I don't know which has the worse doctors or techs it's a toss up. (a year ago)

Bedside manner was terrible. I was in labor and they thought I was on drugs. (6 months ago)

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